Think big? No, think small. Smaller. Smallest! Apropos of nothing (except teeny=cute), here are some of the smallest things you can purchase on Etsy.com:

This pint-sized painting in a petite gilded frame, measuring a scant 67mm x 52mm! Your roaches need art, too. $50, via ABrushWithSmallness.

These delicious little peanut butter and jelly keychains, $19.50 via ScrumptiousDoodle.

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These wee, mouth-watering cinnamon roll earrings. $12, via ScrumptiousDoodle.

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This chubby-yet-delicate crocheted bunny, 12 mm long. $46, via SuAmi.

This very very very small edition of The Thorn Birds, which is 12 pages long and 3/4 of an inch high by 9/16 of an inch wide and totally actually readable if you have excellent vision. $5.96, from LittleTHINGSofInterest.

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This ridiculously small crocheted maltese puppy, who is 20mm long and 15 mm tall. Pocket pet indeed. $86, via  SuAmi.

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This ittty bitty DSLR camera, the body of which is 2.3 cm x 1.8cm x 1cm. This camera is almost smaller than the word "photograph" in 12-point type. $20, via JnPol.

This micro Starbucks frappucino, which is a teeny 30mm x 8mm. $3, via HappyKawaiiSupplies.

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This one-sec-let-me-find-a-magnifying-glass "dainty" cabbage white butterfly with a 4mm wingspan. $27.30, from GodsFLyingFlowers.

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This flea-sized serving of McDonald's french fries. Hold the ketchup. 1.4 cm tall! $4.76 for 10, via FMShopp.

This can you even? micro "fern," planted in a blue bead, which is 3/16 of an inch tall. That's just under 5 mm. $14, via sdk miniatures.

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for miniature ice cream! $20, via ILoveLittleThings.

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This MIND-BLOWINGLY minuscule bedroom set! The dresser is 7/16 of an inch tall. Via sdk miniatures.

This tree frog OMFG. $60, via FannimiNiATURE.

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This pair of wait-I-can-barely-see-them-let-me-get-my-glasses glasses. A mere 5/32 of an inch wide! $6, via signea.

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